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    Hey All,

    I am currently insured with Dial Direct, but want to change to someone who specializes in bike insurance.
    Has anyone heard of Bikeline Insurance?
    Based on the documents I recieved from them, they seem pretty clued up.
    Who else could I try?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spirit View Post
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    I'm signed up with Bikeline.
    They do have a website where you can check further details.
    They seemed quite professional wrt all the documentation etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexS View Post
    Hey All,

    I am currently insured with Dial Direct, but want to change to someone who specializes in bike insurance.
    Has anyone heard of Bikeline Insurance?
    Based on the documents I recieved from them, they seem pretty clued up.
    Who else could I try?
    PING Stranger.

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    Thanks guys, I have responded to AlexS. I think this is only right as it was me who told him his ovaries would tingle on the 675
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    I'm with Bikeline, haven't had to claim anything yet, but with all the dealings I've had with them so far they seem to know what they are talking about. Dropped my rates after I got my full license and attended the Honda academy as well, which was right after I initially signed up with them. And Trudi is quite involved in the motorycyle lifestyle herself, have quite a few photos up on the Facebook page.

    https://www.facebook.com/bikeline.insbrkrs?fref=ts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger View Post
    Thanks guys, I have responded to AlexS. I think this is only right as it was me who told him his ovaries would tingle on the 675
    Actually Mr Sir, I reckon I can claim the accolade: "Caused Alex to ride a Truimph". You were, however, a close second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Actually Mr Sir, I reckon I can claim the accolade: "Caused Alex to ride a Truimph". You were, however, a close second.
    So the CAT RAT award goes to AMZ with Stranger a cheesy second...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Actually Mr Sir, I reckon I can claim the accolade: "Caused Alex to ride a Truimph". You were, however, a close second.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger View Post
    Thanks guys, I have responded to AlexS. I think this is only right as it was me who told him his ovaries would tingle on the 675
    Slow down ladies. You both caused this, and I'm loving every second when I'm riding the Triumph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeTour View Post
    I'm with Bikeline, haven't had to claim anything yet, but with all the dealings I've had with them so far they seem to know what they are talking about. Dropped my rates after I got my full license and attended the Honda academy as well, which was right after I initially signed up with them. And Trudi is quite involved in the motorycyle lifestyle herself, have quite a few photos up on the Facebook page.

    https://www.facebook.com/bikeline.insbrkrs?fref=ts
    Will see what all comes out of the next day or two
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    Quote Originally Posted by colyvon View Post
    So the CAT RAT award goes to AMZ with Stranger a cheesy second...

    Presacklie!

    Although it seems little Alex already forgot who pointed him at the Truimph. So terribly sad when memory goes before old age. So sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Presacklie!

    Although it seems little Alex already forgot who pointed him at the Truimph. So terribly sad when memory goes before old age. So sad.
    Memory has not failed me Oom. I know you were the first to point me in that direction and Stranger did say my ovaries would tingle
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexS View Post
    Memory has not failed me Oom. I know you were the first to point me in that direction and Stranger did say my ovaries would tingle
    So. Did your ovaries tingle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    So. Did your ovaries tingle?
    I magically developed and they tingled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexS View Post
    I magically developed and they tingled.

    Cool. Then I will accept that the strange dude also contributed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Cool. Then I will accept that the strange dude also contributed.
    You both did Oom, and to both of you, I thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexS View Post
    I magically developed and they tingled.
    Fantastic! I'll sponsor you my womb and YOU can carry Lil Alex
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    They offered me very similar rates to my current insurer, with some improvements WRT excess and WITH track cover though.

    Still need to do the admin work, but they look the part.
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    Yeah the track cover is the big thing you don't want to be without.

    They quoted me almost exactly the same as my current insurer, but with track cover which mine refused.

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